The Center for Social Inclusion will be at the Clean Power, Healthy Communities Conference on March 5th, 2015 in Oakland, California. The conference, hosted by the Local Clean Energy Alliance, is a gathering of clean energy advocates committed to bringing the benefits of renewable power to our communities.
The 5th annual conference will feature plenaries and breakout sessions on the role of energy democracy—community control and ownership of energy resources—in the transition to a renewable future.
The Center for Social Inclusion’s Anthony Giancatarino is moderating the Afternoon Keynote, Organizing to Democratize Energy, where the discussion will revolve around what it means to organize communities around energy democracy through local, state, national, and global perspectives.
There is still time to register for this year’s conference at the Local Clean Energy Alliance’s website. This year’s conference will also have a live national webcast.
To learn more about the Center for Social Inclusion’s work for a new energy economy for all, view our Energy Democracy website.
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